All Is Set For Ibughubu-Umuchu 7 Days Youths Cultural Festival

Posted on November 30, 2020


All is set for youths cultural festival of Ibughubu community, Umuchu town in Aguata Local Government area of Anambra State.

The event will be held from 31st December, 2020, till 6th January, 2021, at Central School, opposite St Patrick’s Catholic Church, Ibughubu, Umuchu, where series of activities have been lined up.

The festival, which will attract Ibughubu Umuchu sons and daughters including friends both within and outside the community, is billed to be under the Chairmanship of Ogbuehi Innocent Anununko.
Several other dignitaries including Chief Raph Ekekwe, Nwata kwochaa, Sir Benchucks Amarube, Nzeakonobi,  Mazi Uchenna Aziekwe, Chief Anacletus Izuakor, Ebekuodike, Christian Okwuogu, HRM Eze Martin Emechebe, Ezendigbo in South Africa and many others will be attending the event as special guests.

This was disclosed by the President of the Youths, Evangelist Vitus Ikeh, during an interaction with P.M.EXPRESS.
He said that the event will be an annual cultural festival and carnival, where the youths will display their talents, have a feel of the culture and tradition with their societal biases.

Ikeh also disclosed that the maiden edition of the Ibughubu youth cultural magazine and beauty pageant will be showcased thereby giving the younger generation the center stage to showcase how far they have come and to promote the relevance and dexterity of their young men and women. 

“Humanity has always been a story of succession, what we do now for this young generation will certainly influence the future, and this future is what life is all about, enabling a perfect ecosystem for our offspring to germinate and become the best of themselves.”
Ikeh noted that Ibughubu youth cultural magazine and beauty pageant aims to achieve by giving our young men and women a say in their own style; in essence, giving them freedom which will be an annual event and will be launched on that day.

 He further explained the cultural day and carnival, which will be held on 31st December, 2020 and 1st January, 2021, will be followed by the display of various masquerades show, which will continue till the 6th day of January, 2021.

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